Srinivasa Kalyanam
2D

Srinivasa Kalyanam

Telugu
DramaFamilyRomance
09 Aug, 2018
2 hrs 20 mins
72%
28,895 votes
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The film highlights the sacred bond with another human being through nuptial rituals and the sanctity of the institution of marriage.
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Verdict: Will make you forget you are sitting in a theatre! At times when thrillers, horror and dark romantic movies rule the roost at the box-office, there are still a few makers who believe in family entertainers and one such producer is Dil Raju. With nearly 30 movies under his belt as a producer, Raju has an enormous success rate of more than 90%. He is now back with another family enter... ...Read full review
Srinivasa Kalyanam is the kind of film that waxes eloquent right from the first frame to last on how marriages are made in heaven and the traditional ceremonies that constitute a wedding are oh so important. So it is particularly ironic and funny, how the filmmakers manage to get the key ceremony of jeelakarra bellam during the wedding wrong. ...Read full review
Its one thing to make an earnest attempt to convey a good message to the audience, but Srinivasa Kalyanam finds itself in a different zone. Here, the message is treated with so much devotion that it becomes more important than storytelling and drama in the story. If you have attended a traditional wedding, two things are likely to happen - 1) If you are part of the family, its great fun and hectic. 2) If you have no connection to either of the families, chances are that youll start feeling restless after a point. Srinivasa Kalyanam is like going to a wedding where you dont know either the bride or the grooms family, but you just go there because its a wedding and its your duty to attend it and bless the couple. And the moment you step out, you just simply forget what you have seen and move on in life. ...Read full review
What was supposed to be a slice-of-life family drama, however, ended up as a preachy documentation of how marriages are conducted in a village. While the film manages to impress in parts, it fails to hold the viewer`s attention for long. ...Read full review
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